Productive Families and Home-Based Business Franchise Initiative - The Franchise Trainer

The term “Productive Families” is more popular in the Middle East region, whilst the term “Home-Based Business” is used elsewhere in the world.

Productive Families is a wider concept, since families, and individuals especially women may work from home, as well as other production units or work space.

Although both concepts contribute to the economy, they are still in many societies, and in many cases considered by many as part of the shadow or black economy, where revenues from such activities are not accounted for in calculating the GDP (gross domestic product) of a country.

The purpose of this initiative is to identify indigenous home-based businesses which can be developed to a franchise model under a legal entity which provides the foundation for supply chain, and logistical, managerial, technical, operational, administrative, and marketing support.

This platform will enable families to focus on the quality component of the production process, and increase their opportunities for better income, and improved living standards.

One of the most important elements of the initiative is the development of a sustainable, mutually rewarding, and profitable commercial model, and the establishment of a franchisable brand for selling products & services of similar nature in franchised stores.

On that premise, there are several other players in this initiative, and their positive contribution is crucial to its success. These players include but not limited to policymakers, leaders, and officials of MSME organizations, philanthropic foundations, major business leaders, retailers, industrialists, manufacturers, banks, funding firms, and money-lending/financial institutions.

The Franchise Trainer™ role is to lead all parties involved in the initiative, and guide them through the various development milestones including identification of target family businesses, launching of awareness campaigns, and provision of training, education, and capacity-building programs.

“In a country where employment opportunities are not growing fast enough, the fear of change tends to be very acute.”

Manmohan Singh

An Indian economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014.

Program Language

English or Arabic subject to client’s requirements.
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